The Share 6 Campaign from Dare 2 Share brought together relational gospel-sharing tools and a powerful focus on intercessory prayer, unleashing teenagers to intentionally share their faith from January 2013 through June 2016.
The primary tool was the powerful outreach book Life in 6 Words. Designed as a relational conversation-starter for students to use with someone they know, the book even has a space to write a personal note inside the front cover.
“I have passed out hundreds of these books and I know God will use these amazing seeds to touch, affirm, and re‐confirm the gospel in the lives of many who read it. As soon as students pick it up and do a quick flip through they are immediately drawn in with the pictures and want to know the meaning behind it. Thanks so much for making these resources available.”
Kaleb, Youth Leader
Through the Share 6 Campaign, ministry leaders were able to get 100 free Life in 6 Words outreach books to help them launch a movement of gospel conversations in their ministry. We saw thousands of youth groups, small groups even entire churches take the challenge and prayerfully initiate gospel conversations with these books.
Although the free books are no longer available, you can still purchase the Life in 6 Words outreach books for just a dollar each.
“One of my campus missionaries emailed me saying she gave this book out at school and her friend came back the next day and hugged her so tightly and said, “Thank you, I read the whole book last night.” She was grinning from ear to ear. The gospel story changes lives every day.”
Jessica, Youth Leader
Donors gave generously to Dare 2 Share underwriting the Share 6 books and resources and played a critical role in launching hundreds of thousands of evangelistic conversations among teens.
“On Monday Dane went to school and gave the Life in 6 Words book to his friend to read during lunch. The boy only got through 5 pages, put the book down and said “Tell me what this means.” Dane explained and he trusted in Christ right there in the lunchroom at school.”
Julie, Youth Leader